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Church Street Hotel

At a Glance

    Pros

  • unique and arty
  • great breakfasts
  • lovely staff
  • closer to central London than it might appear

    Cons

  • a trendy but not great part of town (stay out of neighboring Elephant and Castle)
  • would suit adventurous young things more than families
  • a mile from a Tube station (though bus connections are handier)
  • some rooms have shared bathrooms

Fodorite Reviews

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Church Street Hotel Review

Like rays of sunshine in gritty South London, these rooms above a popular tapas restaurant are individually decorated in rich, bold tones and authentic Central American touches—elaborately painted crucifixes; tiles handmade in Guadalajara; homemade iron bed frames. Breakfast is a tasty combination of organic breads, pastries, and smoothies, much of it sourced from nearby Borough Market, and there's an honesty bar with a great selection of Spanish and American bottled beers.

    Hotel Details

  • 28 rooms.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 02-28-2014

Fodorite Reviews

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    Church Street Hotel Review

    Quite a lovely stay. The breakfast was wonderful, accompanied by a terrific selection of scones.

    by sshou, 3/5/12

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